One of the bigger difference between PUBG and Fortnite: Battle Royale is its system of building structures which you must master if you want to win. It seems like these mechanics caught the attention of the developers of PUBG Mobile: Army Attack, and in the latest BETA release, a similar system is implemented.
An update called “Creator Project” to PUBG Mobile: Army Attack was released this week. Among its new features is the ability to build shields or stairs to climb almost any building. Players who want to assemble these items must collect resources that are scattered at different points on the map.
Those aren’t the only additions in PUBG Mobile: Army Attack. The Creator Project also brought interesting new features like the ability to create a hologram to confuse enemies or install an artificial bush. Electric mines that reduce the mobility of those who step on them were also introduced. But the most interesting thing is an object that seems to allow you to hide like a rock.
These new features are for now exclusive to PUBG Mobile: Army Attack. For the people that are unaware, this version is one of the two officially licensed versions of PUBG for mobile phones released by the Chinese Tencent Games (腾讯游戏). So unlike PUBG Mobile, this is a version that is only available in China, at least for now.
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See the changes yourself in the video down below.